Stk 2337 2011 Jeff Gordon #24 Race Car Stk 2337 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup- Hendrick Motorsports / Jeff Gordon #24 Chevrolet NASCAR is North Carolina and this 2011 Jeff Gordon #24 DuPont Chevrolet is a piece of NASCAR history. It is the last known #24 car to be sold to a private individual directly from the Hendrick Motorsports Race Team. Except for an updated Carbon Fiber rear spoiler, the exterior has the unmistakable appearance of Jeff Gordon's Dupont Chevrolet. (The original 2011 NASCAR spoiler is included.) This car, chassis #24-678, was campaigned in 2011 on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit. Its first race was the Indianapolis Brickyard 400 on July 29th. Gordon qualified 8th and finished 2nd. The Chevrolet next raced on August 21st at the Pure Michigan 400. Jeff qualified 9th and finished 6th. Its last run was on September 9th at Chicagoland Speedway, the Geico 400, qualifying 23rd and finishing 24th. The chassis is now set-up for road course track-day events like Hooked on Driving (HOD) and Club racing. This NASCAR could be set up for more serious Road Racing Series like the Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Assoc. on tracks such as Road Atlanta and many other road race tracks across the US. Rick Ware Racing in Thomasville North Carolina spent two years building the car. He has 25 years of NASCAR experience building cars. The engine is a professionally built Hendrick SB-2 that produces 850bhp and the gearbox is the SR-1 4-speed used by NASCAR teams on road courses. This classic racecar is complete and ready to run, or show in a museum. ALL VEHICLES SOLD ""